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Official Nora Roberts Companion (Paperback)

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With insights into the #1 New York Times bestselling author's life, work and careerand little-known facts about her most popular novels this beautifully designed book celebrates Nora Roberts's enduring legacy of powerful, passionate storytelling.
  • The books: a complete, cross-referenced list of Roberts's bookswith trivia, quotes, and family trees
  • The career: a timeline of Roberts's career, with a list of major milestones and quotes from some of her best reviews
  • The fans: inspiring true stories of how Roberts's books have changed her fans' lives, a list of fan clubs, photos of her with her fans, and "favorite" listsBest Kiss, Best Hero, Best Opening Lineall voted on by fans
  • The phenomenon: romance writers, industry-insiders, booksellers, reviewers, and fans talk about Roberts's successPlus, Roberts answers her readers' most frequently asked questions, reveals her favorite foods, music, and movies, and discusses the fine art of writing romance.
  • With insights into the #1 New York Times bestselling author's life, work, and career-and little-known facts about her most popular novels-this beautifully designed book celebrates Nora Roberts's enduring legacy of powerful, passionate storytelling.

    - The books: a cross-referenced list of Roberts's books-with trivia, quotes, and family trees
    - The career: a timeline of Roberts's career, with a list of major milestones and quotes from some of her best reviews
    - The fans: inspiring true stories of how Roberts's books have changed her fans' lives, a list of fan clubs, photos of her with her fans, and "favorite" lists-Best Kiss, Best Hero, Best Opening Line-all voted on by fans
    - The phenomenon: romance writers, industry-insiders, booksellers, reviewers, and fans talk about Roberts's success

    Plus, Roberts answers her readers' most frequently asked questions, reveals her favorite foods, music, and movies, and discusses the fine art of writing romance.
    Number of Pages: 463
    Genre: Literary Criticism
    Sub-Genre: Women Authors
    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Penguin Group USA
    Language: English
    Street Date: October 1, 2003
    TCIN: 12083086
    UPC: 9780425183441
    Item Number (DPCI): 248-35-2091
    $13.60
    MSRPReg: $16.00 Save $2.40 (15% off)

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